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Old 06-16-2018, 01:00 AM
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great tram gauge and accessories

if you're ever on the market for tram gauges this is a great one! Most range between $300-$500. This one at $200. I'm told by an awesome tech that it's dead on as long as you feed it forward and tighten, never back and tighten. I borrowed his for a day working on this highlander/qtr/rearbody/rail. I liked it so I ordered it. It's called the The Killer Tools ART90 3M

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just here to give another review on this. So far so good. I'm growing fond of the level on the tram. Just put the pointers in some key bolts holes and check the level. Had a Pilot support I did the other day and worked great in pulling to spec and ensuring the new pieces were welded in at spec, and the level helped me cause the support itself was not flat across for a level, so you really needed to tram bolt holes that needed to be level so the tram could float above the non flat support. Love this thing. Still haven't gotten the attachments for it but love this thing.
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LMAO, I thought you were talking about tramming Y, Z, and head ..

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